Florida’s HB 1467, a bill that sets new guidelines for what material should be allowed in schools, is causing controversy nationwide. Books in schools must now meet certain criteria before they can be distributed to students.
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This week’s parshah is “Ki Tisa” which means “when you take.” It begins in Exodus 30:11 and ends in Exodus 34:35.
Ohio University’s Student Senate passed the Bobcat Festival budget resolution Wednesday night after previously failing to pass it during the March 1 meeting.
After crushing Ball State 90-70 in the quarterfinals of the Mid-American Conference Tournament Thursday, Ohio is moving on to the semis, where it will meet No. 1 seed Toledo.
Ohio is moving on. It demolished Ball State 90-70 in the quarterfinals of the Mid-American Conference Tournament Thursday to improve to 6-1 in MAC Tournament play under head coach Jeff Boals.
The Beneath the bricks crew discusses the case of the Ohio University professor Gene Issac Stees who murdered his wife in 1962.
Ohio is coming off of a dreadful weekend where it dropped three-straight games against Southern Illinois and then a mid-week matchup with Kentucky. Ohio (2-9) will attempt to get back on track with its first Mid-American Conference weekend series of the year.
Daily Rundown: Ohio Hockey's biggest supporter, OU offers residential housing for second year, university-funded menstruation products in bathrooms and more
Ohio University will continue to offer housing in River Park Apartments for rising sophomores for the 2023-24 school year.
Friday, March 10
According to the research done by a passionate group of students, nearly 60% of students on Ohio University’s campus menstruate and are in need of period products throughout their day. Yet, there are only products provided in seven of the 1,285 on-campus restrooms.
Ohio University’s own Science Cafés, which take place monthly in Baker Theater, are opportunities to learn something new about a topic that does not commonly come up in a day-to-day conversation. Steven Evans and Julie Owens, both current psychology professors at OU, spoke at the event on March 8 to bust many of the common myths surrounding Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD.
Ohio fell flat against Kentucky on Wednesday. It left Lexington with a 9-2 loss to move to 2-9 on the season.
Every Spring Semester, college students across the country anticipate the week when they can finally put down their books, pick up a beer and kick back and relax.
Pat yourselves on your backs, Bobcats; you’ve officially made it through half the semester! With that milestone comes the much-needed, well-earned Spring Break. I, for one, could not be more excited.
During the month of Phalguna, the 12th month of the Hindu calendar, the brilliant holiday of Holi is celebrated. Also known as the festival of colors, the festival of love and the festival of spring, Holi takes place among large groups of people in India and around the world.
Richard Alexander Murdaugh was convicted of the murder of his wife and child on Friday, March 3. A week prior, Netflix released its docuseries “Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal.” The series covered all deaths considered related to the Murdaugh family, and there were five deaths in total: Mallory Beach, Paul Murdaugh, Maggie Murdaugh, Gloria Satterfield and Stephen Smith.
Mady OBrien did not feel like herself in June 2015. The active six-year-old was constantly tired and lethargic, which wasn’t normal for her. After weeks of feeling rundown, Mady decided she had had enough. She wanted to get better, so she asked her parents, Tiffany and Ash, to go to the doctor.